Blogs

Ramba Update

It has been a bit since our last Ramba update. Things are the same with the process of bringing her to sanctuary. We want to provide a more in depth update, but we are trying to get an answer to one piece of the puzzle before we do. This piece…...

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Post from Scott on the PAWS Conference

Leaving the PAWS conference and on my first flight to Sao Paulo I remain overwhelmed by the spectrum of emotions which continue to carry through every thought and breath. This, being my third conference, was by far the most inspiring, the most thought provoking and the most humbling of them…...

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Happy. A Simple Word, But it Fits.

“Happy” That’s one of those words you are cautioned not to use in regards to animals, (especially wild animals) because it can be seen as anthropomorphic. We get the theory of it, people do put their own emotions on animals. But to think animals can’t be happy and that happy…...

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Walks with Goomba

Some of you already know Goomba (the dog with the wheels). He was a sanctuary dog in Tennessee who made the trip to Brazil along with Maggie. He started to have neurologic issues a couple of months ago and now finds himself in a doggie wheelchair. He no longer has…...

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Lovely Ladies Enjoying the Lush Habitat

Our two lovely ladies enjoying the lush habitat and all it has to offer. Everything regenerates so quickly, although the property is always so full of life. And since now there is enough green to spare, Guida not only eats some, but wears some as well.  ...

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How Many Mangoes Are Too Many?

How many mangoes are too many? Well, when your yard looks like a mango minefield, you may be close. We picked up two backhoe bucket loads from one tree. If we leave them, they will simply rot and attract bugs. Of course we bring them down daily for Maia and…...

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